Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to SweetFeet, 01-15-2013 17:26:09
It's cactus but in S Texas we called it prickly pear. I hated the stuff, get too close and the thorns jump out and get you. The long ones are ok, there are shorter ones in clusters that will get you, usually 5 or 6+ at once. In times of low rainfall ranchers would take a propane torch and burn the thorns off so the cattle could eat the pads.
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